Another Boutique Collabortive Craft Kit that is KID FRIENDLY! This Rug Hooking kit is handmade kit by Amy of Loop by Loop Studios. What is Rug Hooking? You use a hook to pull yarn or fabric up through holes in an evenweave fabric to create little loops along the surface of the fabric. It has such a unique appearance when completed! Description This listing is for one complete KID FRIENDLY rug hooking kit. This kit was designed for kids. It is small in size, measuring 6 x 6.5 inches, and features a simple drawing that is easier for beginners. Try out this relaxing, easy craft – great for kids aged 7 and up! Each kit comes with: – one hand drawn pattern Monks Cloth (with, at least, a 4 inch border) – one Moshimer maple hook – rug binding – enough hand dyed wool strips to finish the project. Colors include: teals and blues, burnt orange, whites, and more! – one color photo, color key, and instructions on how to complete the rug – A 21cm non – slip hoop About the Foundation Material: Monks Cloth is a cotton based foundation and great for beginners because of it’s durability, low cost, and flexibility. Wool: Please note that many woolen strips are hand dyed and all are hand cut which may cause very slight variations in their shade and thickness. All wools are number 8 size strip unless otherwise noted. All strips are cut but may need to be torn apart to use (Just tear the scored lines quickly to pull apart). Amy uses a variety of solid and textured wools in my kits and wool mixes. Some shredding of textured wools (ombres, herringbones, plaids) is completely normal, expected, and add visual richness to your rug. Loop by Loops statement regarding their kits: Info about our kits: I always provide enough wool strips to complete every rug, but everyone hooks a little differently. EACH 12-13 INCH LONG STRIP SHOULD COVER ROUGHLY ÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ¼ INCH BY 2.5 OR 3 INCHES (Or take 1.5 to 2 strips per square inch). If not, you are hooking too tight and will run out of wool. Please see videos at loopbyloopstudio.com/instructionsandadvice to see appropriate spacing techniques.